Welcome to the Spine Center

The Spine Center of the KLINIK am RING specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of all diseases and injuries of the spine. The spectrum ranges from all current conservative methods to microsurgical procedures and complicated reconstructions of the spine. Wherever possible, we treat our patients with minimally invasive techniques that place less strain on the organism and enable faster recovery.

On the following pages you will learn more about the various diseases, their diagnosis and treatment. We will be happy to advise you personally and competently on your spinal disorders and show you possible therapy approaches.

We are looking forward to your visit!

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WIRBELSÄULEN-ZENTRUM
KLINIK am RING
Hohenstaufenring 28
D-50674 Köln
+49 (0)221 / 9 24 24 - 300
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During the initial phase of the spinal center, Dr. Koy will practice only as a private practice physician.

Infothek

Cervical Spondylosis
As cervical spondylosis (cervical spine syndrome) refers to non-specific symptoms in the cervical spine. Following this link, you can find more information on causes and treatments of the cervical spine syndrome.
Spinal Canal Stenosis (Spinal Stenosis)

The narrowing of the spinal canal is called spinal stenosis. Due to the high loading of the lower lumbar spine, degenerative changes in old age are not uncommon. You can find more information and links relating to lumbar spinal canal stenosis (spinal stenosis) following this link.

Neck Pain
Neck pain is often caused by blockages in the small facet joints of the cervical spine or by muscle tension. You can find more information under neck pain.

Lumbar Spine Syndrome (LLS)
LSS Syndrome (lumbar spine syndrome) refers to unspecific pain in the lumbar spine. You can find more information on causes and treatment of the lumbar spine syndrome following this link.LSS-Syndrome.

Lumboischialgia
A combination of lumbago and sciatica is referred to as lumboischilagia. It is both described as back pain, as well as pain radiating into the leg. Under the following link, you can find more information about the development, findings, and treatment, of lumboischialgia.

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